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EMB/ IEMB data

Alita Nandi

MigrationSurvey MethodologyEthnic GroupsSurveys


Innovation panel

Annette Jäckle

Survey MethodologySurveys


A longitudinal analysis of family forms, ethnicity and life chances

Polly Mckinlay

Child DevelopmentFamily Formation And DissolutionChildbearing: FertilityEthnic GroupsLife Course AnalysisSocial StratificationSociology Of Households


The links between children’s subjective well-being and their experiences of family relationships and being bullied: a longitudinal analysis

Gwyther Rees

PsychologyYoung PeopleChild DevelopmentWell BeingSociology Of HouseholdsSocial Psychology


Partnership history data

Alita Nandi

Family Formation And DissolutionLife Course AnalysisSurveys


Linked education data

Birgitta Rabe

EducationResearchSurveys


Biomarker, genetics and epigenetics data

Meena Kumari, Melissa Smart, Michaela Benzeval

Science And TechnologySurveysBiologyGenetics


Geographical data

Gundi Knies

Area EffectsGeographySurveys


Are we creatures of habit? Persistence and change in adult health behaviours in England

Hilary Graham, Heather Wardle

Public PolicyHealthLife Course AnalysisSurveys


Masked intolerance toward immigrants in the UK before and after the vote to leave the EU

Mathew Creighton

MigrationReligionEthnic GroupsSurveysRace Relations


Social media use and young people's wellbeing

Emily McDool, Philip Powell, Jennifer Roberts, Karl Taylor

Information And Communication TechnologiesArea EffectsSocial NetworksPsychologyTime UseYoung PeopleChild DevelopmentWell BeingSocial CapitalSocial Behaviour


School quality and parental investments into children

Birgitta Rabe, Ellen Greaves, Imran Rasul, Iftikhar Hussain

EducationChild Development


Longitudinal modelling with longitudinal households

Paul Clarke

Statistical AnalysisSurveys